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Rebecca Hanson

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Summer Camp Massacre with Rebecca Hanson

My Neighbors Are Dead

Adam continues his investigation of the "Summer Camp Massacre" at Camp Whitlow Lake by talking to cafeteria worker Gladys Farm (played by MST3K's hilarious Rebecca Hanson). Gladys has a multi decade relationship with the camp and meets Adam for some morning beers to tell of finding "the slush" or frozen body goo in ice cream containers in the camp freezer. -- SHOW INFORMATION Twitter: @MyDeadNeighbors Instagram: @MyNeighborsAreDead Email: MyNeighborsAreDead@gmail.com Merchandise: TeePublic Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Subscribe: Spotify

30mins

29 Jun 2021

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Rebecca Hanson and Patricia Richards, "Harassed: Gender, Bodies, and Ethnographic Research" (U California Press, 2019)

New Books in Gender

Researchers frequently experience sexualized interactions, sexual objectification, and harassment as they conduct fieldwork. These experiences are often left out of ethnographers’ “tales from the field” and remain unaddressed within qualitative literature.In Harassed: Gender, Bodies, and Ethnographic Research (University of California Press, 2019), Rebecca Hanson and Patricia Richards argue that the androcentric, racist, and colonialist epistemological foundations of ethnographic methodology contribute to the silence surrounding sexual harassment and other forms of violence. Hanson and Richards challenge readers to recognize how these attitudes put researchers at risk, further the solitude experienced by researchers, lead others to question the validity of their work, and, in turn, negatively impact the construction of ethnographic knowledge. To improve methodological training, data collection, and knowledge produced by all researchers, Harassed advocates for an embodied approach to ethnography that reflexively engages with the ways in which researchers’ bodies shape the knowledge they produce. By challenging these assumptions, the authors offer an opportunity for researchers, advisors, and educators to consider the multiple ways in which good ethnographic research can be conducted. Beyond challenging current methodological training and mentorship, Harassed opens discussions about sexual harassment and violence in the social sciences in general.The authors brought up a couple of articles in the interview that they wanted to provide links to, in case listeners want to look these articles up:--Berry, Maya J., Claudia Cháves Argüelles, Shanya Cordis, Sarah Ihmoud, and Elizabeth Velásquez Estrada. 2017. “Toward a Fugitive Anthropology: Gender, Race, and Violence in the Field.” Cultural Anthropology 32(4): 537-565.--Bonnes, Stephanie. 2017. “The Bureaucratic Harassment of U.S. Servicewomen.” Gender & Society 31(6): 804-829.Sneha Annavarapu is a Doctoral Candidate in Sociology at the University of Chicago. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

1hr 2mins

22 Jun 2020

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Rebecca Hanson and Patricia Richards, "Harassed: Gender, Bodies, and Ethnographic Research" (U California Press, 2019)

New Books in Sociology

Researchers frequently experience sexualized interactions, sexual objectification, and harassment as they conduct fieldwork. These experiences are often left out of ethnographers’ “tales from the field” and remain unaddressed within qualitative literature.In Harassed: Gender, Bodies, and Ethnographic Research (University of California Press, 2019), Rebecca Hanson and Patricia Richards argue that the androcentric, racist, and colonialist epistemological foundations of ethnographic methodology contribute to the silence surrounding sexual harassment and other forms of violence. Hanson and Richards challenge readers to recognize how these attitudes put researchers at risk, further the solitude experienced by researchers, lead others to question the validity of their work, and, in turn, negatively impact the construction of ethnographic knowledge. To improve methodological training, data collection, and knowledge produced by all researchers, Harassed advocates for an embodied approach to ethnography that reflexively engages with the ways in which researchers’ bodies shape the knowledge they produce. By challenging these assumptions, the authors offer an opportunity for researchers, advisors, and educators to consider the multiple ways in which good ethnographic research can be conducted. Beyond challenging current methodological training and mentorship, Harassed opens discussions about sexual harassment and violence in the social sciences in general.The authors brought up a couple of articles in the interview that they wanted to provide links to, in case listeners want to look these articles up:--Berry, Maya J., Claudia Cháves Argüelles, Shanya Cordis, Sarah Ihmoud, and Elizabeth Velásquez Estrada. 2017. “Toward a Fugitive Anthropology: Gender, Race, and Violence in the Field.” Cultural Anthropology 32(4): 537-565.--Bonnes, Stephanie. 2017. “The Bureaucratic Harassment of U.S. Servicewomen.” Gender & Society 31(6): 804-829.Sneha Annavarapu is a Doctoral Candidate in Sociology at the University of Chicago. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

1hr 2mins

22 Jun 2020

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Rebecca Hanson and Patricia Richards, "Harassed: Gender, Bodies, and Ethnographic Research" (U California Press, 2019)

New Books in Anthropology

Researchers frequently experience sexualized interactions, sexual objectification, and harassment as they conduct fieldwork. These experiences are often left out of ethnographers’ “tales from the field” and remain unaddressed within qualitative literature.In Harassed: Gender, Bodies, and Ethnographic Research (University of California Press, 2019), Rebecca Hanson and Patricia Richards argue that the androcentric, racist, and colonialist epistemological foundations of ethnographic methodology contribute to the silence surrounding sexual harassment and other forms of violence. Hanson and Richards challenge readers to recognize how these attitudes put researchers at risk, further the solitude experienced by researchers, lead others to question the validity of their work, and, in turn, negatively impact the construction of ethnographic knowledge. To improve methodological training, data collection, and knowledge produced by all researchers, Harassed advocates for an embodied approach to ethnography that reflexively engages with the ways in which researchers’ bodies shape the knowledge they produce. By challenging these assumptions, the authors offer an opportunity for researchers, advisors, and educators to consider the multiple ways in which good ethnographic research can be conducted. Beyond challenging current methodological training and mentorship, Harassed opens discussions about sexual harassment and violence in the social sciences in general.The authors brought up a couple of articles in the interview that they wanted to provide links to, in case listeners want to look these articles up:--Berry, Maya J., Claudia Cháves Argüelles, Shanya Cordis, Sarah Ihmoud, and Elizabeth Velásquez Estrada. 2017. “Toward a Fugitive Anthropology: Gender, Race, and Violence in the Field.” Cultural Anthropology 32(4): 537-565.--Bonnes, Stephanie. 2017. “The Bureaucratic Harassment of U.S. Servicewomen.” Gender & Society 31(6): 804-829.Sneha Annavarapu is a Doctoral Candidate in Sociology at the University of Chicago. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

1hr 2mins

22 Jun 2020

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Hungry Trilobyte Podcast #17: Rebecca Hanson

Breaking the 4th Wall Entertainment

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51mins

29 Feb 2020

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Ep 3: Invaded Space star Glenda Glacé (ft. Rebecca Hanson)

The Lost Angels of Hollywood

Invaded Space star Glenda Glacé chats with Jacqueline about her illustrious TV career, including the controversy of dating a co-star who is also a puppet, the challenges of her primetime soap Dayton and how she got her start on the dating game show Datin'.

26mins

27 Jan 2020

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Hungry Trilobyte Podcast Episode 017 - Rebecca Hanson

Hungry Trilobyte Podcast

Rebecca Hanson is an actor and writer on Mystery Science Theater 3000. She portrays the character Synthia as well as being the voice of Gypsy. In this episode of Hungry Trilobyte, we discuss what it's like to be a fan of a show and then have the chance to work on it, as well as different comedy styles and creative processes. Lots of good stories about her other MST3K cast-mates!See show notes at www.AaronBossig.com

51mins

11 Dec 2019

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Episode 60 - Live Show Part 1 - Rebecca Hanson

Baram & Snieckus

In PART ONE of the live recording at Impro Studio in Los Angeles, Matt and Naomi talk tidying and the Marie Kondo craze with purge enthusiast and comedy expert Rebecca Hanson (Mystery Science Theater 3000). Should you throw out your partner if they no longer “spark joy”? Is it foolhardy to admit to a murder at a staff meeting? Find out what a “tuck shop” is. All this and more!

13 Feb 2019

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Paws for Laughter with Rebecca Hanson

Mega

Revka Handen (Rebecca Hanson, MST3K) brings her love of laughter into her ministry. We talk about the power of humor, the unconditional love of canines, and how to keep a fresh prayer life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

46mins

21 Oct 2018

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Episode 130 - Rebecca Hanson + The Aquabats' Christian Jacobs

The Damn Dirty Drive-In

On this episode of the Revival League Podcast, the gang chats with Rebecca Hanson -- also known as Gypsy and Synthia -- on the set of season 12 of MST3K! And Ron and Kate chat with Christian Jacobs of the Aquabats! Plus, Greg, Ron and Erik sample Fitz's Hip-Hop Pop to see if Missouri can bring the funk (spoiler: it can't). All this and way too much kazoo music, on this week's episode of the Revival League Podcast!(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity). EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

1hr 36mins

12 Sep 2018

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